Quest Update! Episode 22 – Truth or Dare


Episode 22 was recorded on Wednesday, Sept. 24 2014.

Horror movie actress Jessica Cameron was awesome enough to grace us with her presence as we talked to her about her latest completed film Truth or Dare, which just so happens to be her directorial debut. We talked all things horror movie during the interview, which is fitting with October just around the corner. Unfortunately the recorder we use for the show had issues in the beginning, so not all of the interview survived and the show kind of jumps in on the middle of the interview. It was still good though, Jessica was really great about the whole thing. After the interview, we went into Our Week in Gaming, where Trevor gave a mini-review of ArcheAge, CJay talks about his newfound love of Tropico, and Brodie discusses  the current state of The Elder Scrolls Online.


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Revcast Episode: 48 The More You Nerd

Horror games, Final Fantasy, Gotham, movie remakes,  an all female cast for the next Ghostbusters, Revlo breaks Ladycroft3’s heart and much more.

Phablet Reviews: Before and After the iPhone 6

Bigger is better. No, wait, bigger is worse. Well, which is it? Apple’s newly supersized 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and the jumbo, 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus are a marked departure for the company, which has clung to the same, small screen size for years. It has gone so far as to publicly deride larger phonesfrom competitors, notably Samsung, even as their sales grew to record highs. Tech reviewers over the years have tended to side with Apple, in general saddling reviews of the Samsung Galaxy Note – a 5.3-inch device that kicked off the phablet push in 2012 – with asides about how big the darn thing was. Are tech reviewers being fair when they review the iPhone 6 Plus? Here’s what some of them said today, compared with how they reviewed earlier phablets and big phones from the competition.

Elon Musk Hints 1st Person To Mars May Go Via New Brownsville Spaceport

If SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has his way, the first astronaut to set foot on Mars may begin his or her journey from the new commercial spaceport being built at Boca Chica Beach, just outside Brownsville, Texas. The Texas Tribune reported on Monday that Musk made the suggestion at the ground breaking ceremony of the commercial spaceport. The ceremony was also attended by Texas Gov. Rick Perry and various other Texas politicians and dignitaries, Musk’s desire to establish a Mars colony and even retire to the Red Planet himself is not a secret.

The UPS Store Will 3-D Print Stuff For You

UPS announced plans Monday to bring in-store 3-D-printing services to nearly 100 stores across the country, billing itself as the first national retailer to do so. With the UPS system, customers can submit their own designs for objects like product prototypes, engineering parts and architectural models that are then printed on a professional-quality 3-D printer made by Stratasys. Prices vary depending on the complexity of the object; an iPhone case would be about $60, while a replica femur bone would be around $325. UPS can also connect customers with outside professionals who charge an hourly rate to help produce a design file for the printer. It generally takes about four or five hours to print a simple object, with more complex items taking a day or more. The program started as a pilot at six locations last year, and UPS says those stores “saw demand for 3-D print continuing to increase across a broad spectrum of customers.”

Fedora 21 Alpha Released

Fedora 21 Alpha has been released. After encountering multiple delays, the first development version is out for the Fedora.NEXT and Fedora 21 products. Fedora 21 features improved Wayland support, GNOME 3.14, many updated packages, greater server and cloud support, and countless other improvements with Fedora 20 already being nearly one year old.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Premieres On Linux, 2 Years After Windows

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has finally been released for Linux two years after its Windows debut. The game is reported to work even on the open-source Intel Linux graphics drivers, but your mileage may vary. When it comes to the AMD and NVIDIA drivers, NVIDIA continues dominating for Linux gaming over AMD with Catalyst where there’s still performance levels and other OpenGL issues.

Quest Update! Episode 21: The Untitled Episode


Episode 21 was recorded on Saturday, September 13, 2014. We have the release dates for GTA V on next-gen and PC, we give mini-reviews of various games in Our Week in Gaming including APB Reloaded, Scarlet Blade, Dragons Prophet, and more! And Cory re-joins the crew!


Quest Update! Episode 20: The Capcom Douchebaggery


Episode 20 was recorded Monday, August 25, 2014. Topics went all over the place, as usual, ranging from a level 2 Gnome Wizard taking on an adult Blue Dragon in D&D, to Assassins Creed, to Capcom suing Koei Tecmo for some really stupid shit, and more!

Microsoft Dumps 1,500 Apps From Its Windows Store

Microsoft announced on its Windows blog Wednesday that it’s removed more than 1,500 apps from its Windows Store in a bid to clean up the store and restore trust with Windows 8 and Windows Phone users. Microsoft’s new certification process, in particular, asks for clear and accurate names that “reflect the functionality of the app,” more accurate categories, and differentiated icons to ensure apps aren’t confused with one another. Microsoft reached out to developers with apps that violated its policies; some agreed to make changes to their software, while those who were “less receptive” saw their apps removed from the Windows Store.